In protest against Canada’s woke gender self-ID laws, a male powerlifter entered into a women’s bench press competition claiming he identifies as a woman, showing everyone just how ridiculous it is to let biological men compete against females.

Avi Silverberg

Avi Silverberg, a powerlifting coach for Team Canada, attended the ‘Heroes Classic’ tournament in Alberta on Saturday. At the competition, Silverberg easily broke the female bench press record for the 84+ kilograms women’s category, a 270lbs press, which was set by another biological male lifter.


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The Canadian Powerlifting Union’s ‘trans inclusion policy’ allows anyone who self-identifies as a woman to compete in the female category, despite males who have gone through puberty having a significant advantage over biological females.

It was this policy that Silverberg showed up in protest of on Saturday, trying to show everyone how unfair it is to let men compete against women in this sport.

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The record that Silverberg broke had been set by a transgender lifter named Anne Andres who is a biological male that competes against biological women in powerlifting competitions.

Andres, who previously held the women’s bench press record, has mocked biologically female powerlifters in the past for being “so bad.” The trans lifter has openly questioned why women are so weak and how his young son could be stronger than some of them.

The answer may seem obvious to most people. However, even though Andres recognizes these vast biological differences when it comes to physical ability, he continues to compete against females and, obviously, beats everyone.

In a video posted to social media, Andres asks, “Why is women’s bench so bad?”

“I mean, not compared to me. We all know that I’m a tranny freak so that doesn’t count.”

Andres then made fun of a biologically female powerlifter for having “little T-rex arms.”

“I mean, standard bench and powerlifting competition for women – I literally don’t understand why it’s so bad,” Andres said. “My son, he weighs 45lbs, his max bench is like 33.”

“I’m legit seeing some women in competition who are doing like, something like 50lbs and I just don’t understand it. I don’t understand why so many women are skipping bench and focusing on everything else,” he added.

The ignorance displayed in this video is appalling. The fact that someone is completely unable to recognize the natural difference in upper body strength between a male and a female is insane. Does Andres really think he’s just that much better at training than the females he competes against?

It’s this kind of narcissism and ignorance that Silverberg protested when he showed up to compete at the women’s bench competition.

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